Archive for June 17th, 2024

New Lenox FPD pumper for sale

Found at govdeals.com:

2004 Pierce Dash Tilt Cab Pumper

USD 15,000.00 USD (17 Bids)
Closed: (Jun 17, 2024 02:06 PM CDT)
Reserve Met USD200.00 USD

Sold Amount USD 15,000.00

Total Price USD 16,875.00

Seller New Lenox Fire Protection District, IL

2004 Pierce Dash Tilt Cab Pumper, 12.7L L6 DIESEL.

Truck starts, runs, and drives.

Detroit diesel engine is operable with 10,881 hours.

Allison automatic transmission is operable.

Hale 1,500 GPM pump is operable with 2,055 hours. S/N: 86137

1,000 gallon poly tank.

# of intakes: 4 ( 2.5″ and 6″ passenger side, 2.5″ and 6″ driver’s side )

# of discharges: 4 ( 2″ and 2.25″ driver’s side, 2″ and 2.25″ passenger side)

Tires in fair condition.

Exterior is red with minor dents, scratches, and dings.

No cracked glass.

Decals have been removed and impressions remain.

Interior is gray vinyl. Some seat surfaces have rips.

Some holes in dash from previously mounted equipment.

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New Lenox FPD photo

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New Lenox FPD photo

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New Lenox FPD photo

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Fatal fire in Chicago, 6-15-24

Excerpts from nbcchicago.com:

A fire in a South Shore residential building early Saturday morning left one person dead and four others injured, including two young children.

The blaze broke out at a multi-story residential building shortly after 3 a.m. in the 2400 block of East 78th Street.

According to police, a 24-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene, while four others were injured in the fire.

  • A 27-year-old man was taken to Trinity Hospital with an injury unrelated to the fire.
  • A 24-year-old woman was taken to University of Chicago Hospital in good condition.
  • A 2-year-old boy was taken to Comer Children’s Hospital in good condition.
  • A 7-year-old boy was taken to Comer Children’s Hospital in critical condition.

23 people were displaced by the fire.

Cell phone video from overnight captured the intense flames and smoke coming from the top floor of the three-story building, with residents desperately trying to make their way out.

The cause of the fire is currently unknown and under investigation.

Still & Box Alarm EMS Plan 1 @ 2414 E 78th St. Fire in a 3story 25├Ś125. 3 lines used, cause of the Fire under investigation.
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Chicago FD photo

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